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Articles by Jenny-Paola Lis-gutierrez
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  Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Sebastian Macias-Rojas , Mercedes Gaitan-Angulo , Andreina Moros and Amelec Viloria
  This study computes and analyzes some indicators of concentration, dominance and symmetry applied to the departmental distribution of deposits (in pesos) of banking establishments, broken down into 6 financial products: bank current account deposits, simple deposits, Term deposits, savings accounts, special savings accounts and real value savings certificates to March 2017. The results are contrasted with the information of December 2013, finding evidence of a process of greater concentration and geographical dominance of bank deposits, all variables except for real value saving certificates.
  Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Mercedes Gaitan-Angulo , Andreina Moros , Melissa Lis-Gutierrez and Amelec Viloria
  This study aims to establish the scenarios in which it is possible to carry out effective protection of intellectual property in the sector services sector and specifically in tourism. For this purpose, a literature review was carried out both in tourism and in the application of intellectual property to the services sector. It was possible to identify that the use of intellectual property in the sector can favor the promotion of tourism, knowledge, traditions and national culture. It was also established that intellectual property protection mechanisms are associated with copyright, domain names and platforms, trademarks (mainly umbrella brand), geographical indications and industrial designs.
  Andres-Felipe Zarate-Arevalo , Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Mercedes Gaitan-Angulo , Henry Laverde and Amelec Viloria
  This study aims to determine the variables through which financial sector entities can establish retention processes and create long-term and quality relationships with Bogota’s financial consumers. This was done by applying a survey to a sample of 384 people. The perception of trust and commitment of financial consumers is between regular and non-conforming however, it was possible to establish significant variations between such perception associated with age groups, number of years linked to the financial institution, marital status, type of economic activity and the number of financial products.
  Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Doris Aguilera-Hernandez , Mercedes Gaitan-Angulo , Amelec Viloria and Carolina Henao-Rodriguez
  The purpose of this document is to answer: what is the panorama of prison overcrowding in Colombia between 1991 and 2016? This document facilitates the understanding of the prison crisis that crosses the country and emphasizes in a phenomenon rarely seen. It was evidenced that since 1991 there is an increasing attendance of the PPL in the case of women with a growth of 444% compared to 2016 and in the men of 305%. There is overpopulation with a continuous upward trend since 1991, housing in recent years more than double the population that could be given the installed capacity.
  Henry Laverde-Rojas , Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Andreina Moros , Janitza Ariza-Salazar and Amelec Viloria
  This study aim to identify the determinants of consumption of vegetables and fruits in an application for Colombia. In order to do this, two types of specifications are used: in the first, a Tobit Model is used to estimate the determinants of household consumption expenditures. Then, a logistic regression model calculates the probability of consumption of this type of foods. The data used come from the national survey of income and expenditure of DANE in the period 2006-2007. The results show that the income, the socio-economics stratus and the size of the households as well as the type of employment and the sex of the individuals are fundamental factors in the consumption of vegetables and fruits. On the other hand, against what was expected education do not seem statistically consistent to these two specifications, the results show that this variable helps to increase spending but decreases the probability of consumption.
  Henry Laverde-Rojas , Mercedes Gaitan-Angulo , Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Amelec Viloria and Pilar Vega-Riano
  This study aims to evaluate education as a component of human capital in comparison to other types of investments that relate to the formation of this stock. First, this study uses a nonparametric method known as prospective to estimate the value of human capital for a sample of ten Latin American countries from a returns perspective. Then, through partial decompositions examines the contribution of education in the volumes of human capital. The results indicate positive effects of education that however tend to run out in the long run.
  Amelec Viloria , German Alvarez and Jenny-Paola Lis-gutierrez
  One of the myths that has accompanied natural medicine is the belief that it is only based on the empirical knowledge, knowing that within it a process which can take several years to certify the effectiveness of the product is followed. Thus, it is intended through this research, studying the elements to consider for the development of drugs of natural character within the Colombian nation. The study methodology was based on the type of documentary research with a bibliographic design. In this sense they worked with researchers such as, Rang and Dale, Velasquez, among others. Among the results they highlighted that in recent years the natural medicine has flourished in the Colombian public for having demonstrated track their products beyond the effects effectiveness offered. The phases of production of traditional medicine can be used for the mass production of herbal medicine.
  Luz Adriana Borrero Lopez , Jorge Rodriguez , Amelec Viloria , Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Mercedes Gaitan-Angulo and Norka Marquez
  Integrated management systems (SIG) arise as an improvement alternative that allows health sector companies to achieve their objectives in line with the expectations and needs in terms of quality, safety and health at work (TSS) and medium environment, its internal and external stakeholders. The present study tries to reveal how these companies have carried out the process of incorporating SIG, what their conception about the benefits of the same and also, reveals if at present these companies carry out integrated audits to guarantee the effectiveness of the system. Among the findings is that if the SIG is not incorporated in the appropriate way can generate contradictory effects in health companies as there may be incompatibilities between the requirements of quality, TSS and environmental management.
  Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Harry Ernesto Reyna-Nino , Leonardo Sicard-Abad , Amelec Viloria , Willians Badillo and Lesvia Valero Barrera
  Using as a primary source the reports of the Audit Management Department of the Customs Inspection Management Branch of the National Tax and Customs Office (DIAN) of Colombia an empirical study of the ex post facto, transversal, exploratory and descriptive, presenting the main results of the coordinated action of such as the Dian, the Fiscal and customs police, highway police, state intelligence, national navy and prosecutor 2015 and 2016, against the fight against smuggling.
  Amelec Viloria and Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez
  Since, the human being exists, it has expressed the need for well-being and feel good about your body. In this sense, nature has provided answers about offering through its plants healing forms that have been transformed according to the needs of human beings and the experiences acquired during their evolution they have given knowledge empirical how each plant should be used. Given the highlight, it is intended through this research to analyze the evolution of natural medicine within the Colombian popular culture for they were taken as the basis between the researchers. The methodology used research focuses on a type of documentary research with a bibliographic design for which the data were collected from the analysis of categories. Results indicated that the empirical development has allowed Colombian solve their health and wellness needs in relation to resources that has given them the environment in which they are seated. The gaps economically in addition to the difficulties in the direct taking of medicines by Colombians (especially, those who are more socially disadvantaged strata) have given rise to the use of natural medicines.
  Ligia Castro , Amelec Viloria , Jeison Contreras , Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Mercedes Gaitan-Angulo and Hugo Hernandez
  The following study presents the importance of human management through the reflection of administrative theories and the various modifications that have been presented over time by different socio-economic phenomena. The various principles will be reviewed in this regard, until the way in which the human factor is currently managed where their skills and competencies are recognized as the basis for business growth or development. Although, there is a great deal of information on this thematic axis, there is still much to be done in promoting human talent; in most companies this has not changed the situation of employees and they have to implement all these hypotheses to achieve an impact on business productivity. At present, the human talent management goes beyond simple selection for a position and its consequent performance evaluation; also must be inserted within the organizational processes, factors such as training and motivation, to achieve the permanence of the person and their contribution as a competitive advantage to business activity.
  Jenny-Paola Lis-Gutierrez , Jairo Enrique Santander-Abril , Amelec Viloria , Edwin Alexandre Cano Otero , Nadia Angelica Gisela Leon Castro and Osman Enrique Redondo Bilbao
  This study intends to evaluate the coverage of financial services in the country, through an analysis of the departmental and municipal location of the offices of the different types of credit establishments and banking correspondents, according to the information available to March 2017. It was identified that for each office in the Colombian territory there were 12 banking correspondents. Both types of points of contact were concentrated especially in cities, agglomerations and territorial entities of intermediate rurality. Likewise, it was evidenced that the progress in geographic coverage has occurred through the dispersion of bank correspondents which are found in 243 municipalities (21.66% of the total in Colombia) that do not have financial offices. Despite this, there are still 16 municipalities (1.4%) without any coverage.
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